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36 Stylish Snaps From Inside the LivingSocial Offices

We go on location for this special edition of What I Wear to Work.

Cabinets stocked with gratis snacks, company-financed wine tastings and
movie screenings, an in-house ball pit–these are just
a few of the reasons DC-based daily deal company LivingSocial
graced the cover of our Great Places to Work issue.

Another major perk? A buzzy, business-casual environment in
which scores of good-looking twenty- and thirtysomethings come
to the office dressed to suit their personalities, not those of
the higher-ups. For a special expanded edition of What I Wear
to Work
, we set up a photo booth in their New York Avenue
offices and captured the LivingSocialites as they popped by the
kitchen for lunch. Click through the slideshow for 36 energy-packed images of real-time startup style. Can you say eye candy? Photographs by Erik Uecke.


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Emma Small, Jenni Lyman, and Claire Morehouse (marketing associates)

1/36

Eric King, graphic designer

2/36

Jessica Gressa, At Home associate editor, SocialStudies writer

3/36

Julyssa Lopez, content editor

4/36

Brandon Rosser and Jenn Pellegrino (account managers)

5/36

Dianna Stallworth (market programmer) and Shannon Matula (production manager)

6/36

Erich Grois, designer

7/36

Monica Grandy (team lead market associate) and Kendall Maximini (marketing associate)

8/36

Zoraya Smalley (Production Coordinator)

9/36

Nick Paradise and Sean Fernando (production coordinators)

10/36

Emily Rediker and Coleman Kay (T&D relationship associates)

11/36

Jeannie O’Reilly (manager of market programming), Marisa Pelligrino (senior market partner), and Colleen O’Reilly (manager of market programming)

12/36

Chad Crutchfield (business development manager) and Liam Dormody (head of international best practices)

13/36

Liz McAvoy, assistant editor, SocialStudies writer

14/36

Erik Taubeneck (senior yield optimization associate) and Allen Klingsick (director of accounting)

15/36

Evan Bartlett (international development, Paris office) and Scott Stroud (director of user experience)

16/36

Amy Jaxheimer (consumer business optimization) and Ricky Baylin (competitive intelligence)

17/36

Erik Stofberg (new business initiatives analyst) and Derek Degraad (accounts payable)

18/36

Anne Crawford (production coordinator)

19/36

Rachel Mastandrea and Nicole Pozzi (marketing/communications interns)

20/36

Becky Helms (manager of photography) and Alison Hatfield (senior photo editor)

21/36

Max Ukropina, sales

22/36

Blair Latham, security analyst

23/36

Mary Davis, sales operations associate

24/36

Brett Gibson, corporate development

25/36

Lindsay Burack, user experience designer

26/36

Daniel Sieff, director of IT

27/36

Lindsay Williams, account manager

28/36

David Norton (assistant editor) and Keely Diven (copywriter)

29/36

Kim Lerdall and Alyssa Mathews (managers, international best practices)

30/36

Devo Ritter, compliance manager, security team

31/36

Katie Murray, executive assistant

32/36

Faheem Khemani (market analyst) and Chelsea Rice (data analyst)

33/36

Katie Hudson, staff writer

34/36

JoAnna Thiel, Hannah Short, and Tori Balkin (sales support)

35/36

John Loughney (project manager) and Chidinma Menakaya (account manager)

36/36

Think you or your company deserves a chance in the What I Wear to Work spotlight? Email szlotnick@washingtonian.com with pictures and a job description and you could be featured!

Sarah is the Editor-in-Chief of Washingtonian Bride & Groom, and writes about weddings, fashion, and shopping. Her work has also appeared in Refinery29, Bethesda Magazine, and Washington City Paper, among others. She is a Georgetown University graduate, lives in Columbia Heights, and you can find her on Instagram at @washbridegroom and @sarahzlot.

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